Regularly turned down for the promotion on the grounds that his college lacks cash and he lacks drive, teacher Henry Wilt spends his evenings walking his dog and fantasising about murdering his domineering wife, Eva. Whilst incredibly drunk at a friend's party Wilt finds himself firmly locked in a passionate embrace with a life-size inflatable doll. After several desperate attempts to get rid of it, he ends the evening by dumping the doll in a convenient hole on a building site at the college. The following morning, when Eva cannot be found, Wilt's activities naturally attract the suspicion of Inspector Russell Flint of Norwich CID, who suspects foul play and believes that Mrs Wilt is now pushing up twenty tons of pre-mixed concrete.

Adapted from Tom Sharpe's outrageously funny novel by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick (2.4 Children, One Foot in the Grave), Wilt is directed by Michael Tuchner (Tales of the Unexpected, The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and stars Not The Nine O'Clock News/Alas Smith and Jones comedy duo Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, supported by award-winning comedy actress Alison Steadman (Abigail's Party, The Singing Detective), Regularly turned down for the promotion on the grounds that his college lacks cash and he lacks drive, teacher Henry Wilt spends his evenings walking his dog and fantasising about murdering his domineering wife, Eva. Whilst incredibly drunk at a friend's party Wilt finds himself firmly locked in a passionate embrace with a life-size inflatable doll. After several desperate attempts to get rid of it, he ends the evening by dumping the doll in a convenient hole on a building site at the college. The following morning, when Eva cannot be found, Wilt's activities naturally attract the suspicion of Inspector Russell Flint of Norwich CID, who suspects foul play and believes that Mrs Wilt is now pushing up twenty tons of pre-mixed concrete.

Adapted from Tom Sharpe's outrageously funny novel by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick (2.4 Children, One Foot in the Grave), Wilt is directed by Michael Tuchner (Tales of the Unexpected, The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and stars Not The Nine O'Clock News/Alas Smith and Jones comedy duo Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, supported by award-winning comedy actress Alison Steadman (Abigail's Party, The Singing Detective)

Special Features:

  • Featurette.
  • Location footage TV Clips.
  • Mel Smith & Griff Rhys Jones interviews.
  • Michael Tuchner interview.
  • Saturday at the Movies - Tony Slattery reviews Wilt and interviews Smith and Jon
  • Theatrical trailer.
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Mel Smith

Diana Quick

Alison Steadman

Griff Rhys Jones

Roger Lloyd Pack
Director:
Michael Tuchner
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
1.33:1
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network

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Regularly turned down for the promotion on the grounds that his college lacks cash and he lacks drive, teacher Henry Wilt spends his evenings walking his dog and fantasising about murdering his domineering wife, Eva. Whilst incredibly drunk at a friend's party Wilt finds himself firmly locked in a passionate embrace with a life-size inflatable doll. After several desperate attempts to get rid of it, he ends the evening by dumping the doll in a convenient hole on a building site at the college. The following morning, when Eva cannot be found, Wilt's activities naturally attract the suspicion of Inspector Russell Flint of Norwich CID, who suspects foul play and believes that Mrs Wilt is now pushing up twenty tons of pre-mixed concrete.

Adapted from Tom Sharpe's outrageously funny novel by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick (2.4 Children, One Foot in the Grave), Wilt is directed by Michael Tuchner (Tales of the Unexpected, The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and stars Not The Nine O'Clock News/Alas Smith and Jones comedy duo Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, supported by award-winning comedy actress Alison Steadman (Abigail's Party, The Singing Detective), Regularly turned down for the promotion on the grounds that his college lacks cash and he lacks drive, teacher Henry Wilt spends his evenings walking his dog and fantasising about murdering his domineering wife, Eva. Whilst incredibly drunk at a friend's party Wilt finds himself firmly locked in a passionate embrace with a life-size inflatable doll. After several desperate attempts to get rid of it, he ends the evening by dumping the doll in a convenient hole on a building site at the college. The following morning, when Eva cannot be found, Wilt's activities naturally attract the suspicion of Inspector Russell Flint of Norwich CID, who suspects foul play and believes that Mrs Wilt is now pushing up twenty tons of pre-mixed concrete.

Adapted from Tom Sharpe's outrageously funny novel by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick (2.4 Children, One Foot in the Grave), Wilt is directed by Michael Tuchner (Tales of the Unexpected, The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and stars Not The Nine O'Clock News/Alas Smith and Jones comedy duo Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, supported by award-winning comedy actress Alison Steadman (Abigail's Party, The Singing Detective)

Special Features:

  • Featurette.
  • Location footage TV Clips.
  • Mel Smith & Griff Rhys Jones interviews.
  • Michael Tuchner interview.
  • Saturday at the Movies - Tony Slattery reviews Wilt and interviews Smith and Jon
  • Theatrical trailer.
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Mel Smith

Diana Quick

Alison Steadman

Griff Rhys Jones

Roger Lloyd Pack
Director:
Michael Tuchner
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
1.33:1
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
studio:
Network
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